The murder of the LGBTQIA activist Edwin Chiloba, whose remains were discovered discarded by the highway in a metal box, stunned Kenyans a few days ago.
Edwin Chiloba, a fashion and design student in his fourth year of college, was well-known on the streets of Eldoret Town in Uasin Gishu County.
He was detained for the murder of the LGBTQIA activist with whom they had been living for a year. His closest friend, who was also rumored to be his lover, was also arrested.
According to the reports we have, Jackton Odhiambo is reported to have confessed to the murder of Edwin Chiloba due to allegations of adultery.
Recently, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations in charge of the case visited the crime scene and gathered additional evidence while leading Jackton Odhiambo to his house, where some of Chiloba's possessions were found.
The locals of Eldoret, where the murder occurred, are still in shock this morning, according to the trustworthy sources we have from the Daily Nation Newspaper, considering the state of Odhiambo's Father.
According to the allegations, Jackton Odhiambo was raised in a devout religious household in the area, therefore it's unclear why he would be involved in such.
According to the sources we have with us this afternoon, Jackton Odhiambo's father is a pastor in the Huruma Estate, which is located on the outskirts of Eldoret.
According to the reports we have on hand, Odhiambo's father is also a Nyumba Kumi Chairman in the same Huruma Estate.
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